(Sectteur de soutien ? la recherche et cohortes) at Unisante?: . Funding: Carole Clair received a fund from the Swiss National Science Foundation (Ambizione grant PZ00P3_154732). http://www.snf.ch/en/ Pages ... Contributions Conceptualization: Carole Clair. Data curation: Aure?lien Georges, Carole Clair. Formal analysis: Aure?lien Georges, Carole Clair. Funding acquisition: Carole Clair. Investigation: Aure?lien
investigators who have contributed to the recruitment. Author Contributions Writing ? original draft: Daryoush Samim, Marie Me?an, Carole Clair, Pedro Marques-Vidal. Writing ? review & editing: Daryoush Samim ... , Marie Me?an, Carole Clair, Pedro Marques Vidal. 12 / 15 10:74. Epub 2010/02/19. https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-10-74 PMID: 20163736; PubMed Central PMCID: PMCPMC2833141. 13 / 15 14 / 15 1. GLOBAL
Background Smokers have a lower body weight compared to non-smokers. Smoking cessation is associated with weight gain in most cases. A hormonal mechanism of action might be implicated in weight variations related to smoking, and leptin might be implicated. We made secondary analyses of an RCT, with a hypothesis-free exploratory approach to study the dynamic of leptin following...
interests Diana Dan, Pierre-Alexandre Bart, Jan Novy, Thierry Kuntzer and Carole Clair do not report any conflict of interest. Authors’ contributions DD examined the patient, collected the data, made the ... , Pierre-Alexandre Bart, Jan Novy and Thierry Kuntzer were not funded by any external grant for their work in this manuscript. Carole Clair was supported by a grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation
tyrosine-kinase. Declarations Acknowledgements Diana Dan, Pierre-Alexandre Bart, Jan Novy and Thierry Kuntzer were not funded by any external grant for their work in this manuscript. Carole Clair was ... , Thierry Kuntzer and Carole Clair do not report any conflict of interest. Authors’ contributions DD examined the patient, collected the data, made the literature review and was a major contributor in writing
CAROLE CLAIR ASAF BITTON JAMES B. MEIGS NANCY A. RIGOTTI E p i d e m i o l o g y / H e a l t h OBJECTIVEdWhether nicotine leads to a persistent increase in blood glucose levels is not clear. Our
Carole Clair 0 Arnaud Chiolero David Faeh Jacques Cornuz 0 Pedro Marques-Vidal Fred Paccaud Vincent Mooser Grard Waeber Peter Vollenweider 0 Department of Ambulatory Care and Community Medicine